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Exiting | Define Exiting at Dictionary.com
a departure of an actor from the stage as part of the action of a play. Also called exit card. Bridge. a card that enables a player to relinquish the lead when having it is a disadvantage.
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EXITING | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Each dual-axis detector measures the x and y position as well as the intensity of the centroid of the beam exiting from the objective.
Exciting - definition of exciting by The Free Dictionary
2. 'exciting' Don't confuse excited with exciting.An exciting book or film is full of action, and an exciting idea or situation makes you feel very enthusiastic.
Exciting | Define Exciting at Dictionary.com
verb (used with object), ex·cit·ed, ex·cit·ing. to arouse or stir up the emotions or feelings of: to excite a person to anger; actions that excited his father's wrath. to arouse or stir up (emotions or feelings): to excite jealousy or hatred. to cause; awaken: to excite interest or curiosity. to stir to action; provoke or stir up: to excite a dog by baiting him.
Breaking & Exiting (2018) - Rotten Tomatoes
"Breaking & Exiting" is mostly insipid, with the arrogant, charmless Harry embodying the film's self-satisfied spirit.
Exiting dictionary definition | exiting defined
He drove them through back roads and alleys to ensure no one followed before taking the highway and exiting into a direction that appeared to be nothing but desert.; The female death dealer was exiting a portal.; Carmen had her door open and was exiting the car when she glanced up to find Alex ready to help her out.; Exiting the cabin through the back door, she found Keaton, stripped to the waist.
Exiting - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
1. noun A timely and inconspicuous exit or departure, done so as not to make a scene or attract attention to oneself. An allusion to stage directions in theater, indicating when (and where) an actor should leave the stage from a scene.
exiting - Wiktionary
present participle of exit· Misspelling of exciting.··The act of one who exits; a departure.